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    Upload Button / New Folder missing for some students

    Runing HAP+ v8.7 on 2008 R2 member server.

    Year 7 home folders are hosted on a 2008R2 member server.
    Years 8~11 on a 2003 member server.

    Year 7, everything working ok.

    Years 8~11 the Upload & New Folder buttons disappear after the page loads.

    Share & NTFS permissions are the same for all students; they have Change share permission and Modify NTFS.

    I've tried tweaking the permissions and disabling the Read/Write checks.

    Hope someone can help!

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    Should also have mentioned that the students with the problem CAN delete files and folders even though they cannot upload.

    Thanks.

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    How odd, can you post your <myfiles> section of the hapConfig.xml file please?

    HAP+ doesn't YET use NTFS permissions to see if it can do stuff, it makes a small file and deletes it to see what permissions it has.

    You can also try doing some HAP+ JSON Debugging and look for what Action it is coming back with

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    Hi Nick,

    Mappings below..


    <mappings>
    <mapping drive="H" name="Home Drive" enablereadto="All" enablewriteto="All" enablemove="False" usagemode="DriveSpace">%homedir%</mapping>
    </mappings>


    I've installed Firebug and can view the debug info. Not sure which action I should be looking for. I've tried to compare a working and non working logon and cannot see any differences.. nothing that jumps out anyway.

    Thanks.

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    Nick,

    What is the file type that is used to test write ability? I suspect it's to do with File Screens on the 2003 box.

    Thanks.

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    test.txt

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    Hi Nick,

    Turned on logging for FSRM.. someting was trying to write a temp.ini file?

    All working now, thanks.

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    That could be it

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    v9 will hopefully move over to parsing the NTFS permissions instead of trying to read/write checks

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